you don't want to freeze cells because the minute you do, as you said, you get into that ice crystal situation, and, you know having cells made up mostly of water, freeze/thaw and change the cell composition in the body and that can be dangerous. so, you know, it's that fine line of getting it right >> it will be amaze to go see where it can actually go, if this becomes standard in, you know, even 10, 20 years, where if you go in and you are bleeding out, they just cool down your body so no damage is being done, sew you right up, put the warm blood. obviously it's not that simple but it could get there? >> it's crazy because to the outside, it will seem like, you know, a modern day miracle. >> i think it's really exciting as an innovation because it could be the start of human preservation, and, yes, that's very sci-fi, but, you know, it's not entirely -- >> it's hard to look at a story like this and not think about cry onics or cryogenics.